Marie Collins is an educator, community organizer, and doctoral student at the University of New Hampshire studying curriculum theory, while pursuing a graduate certificate in feminist studies. Drawing on her experience as a classroom teacher and curricular specialist within international schools and her years advising pre-service and novice teachers in New Hampshire public schools, her research focuses on engaging educators and learners of all ages in critical discussions surrounding curricular development and learning.
“Stand up for women, even when they’re swimmin’. We support the women!” I’m watching a video of a small group of picketers outside the NCAA Division I women’s swimming championships in Atlanta. The words “Save Women’s Sports” are scrawled across their matching shirts, an organization, they explain to a reporter, that was founded on the […]